British rockers Muse want to be the first band to play in space

Where does a band go after rocking more than a million people around the world as part of the Olympic Games closing ceremony? According to Muse’s Chris Wolstenholme, the...

Where does a band go after rocking more than a million people around the world as part of the Olympic Games closing ceremony? According to Muse’s Chris Wolstenholme, the answer is not on this planet.

“Hopefully we’ll be the first band to play in space. It’s been talked about quite a bit and I’m intrigued to find out if gravity allows you to play. It would probably be some stripped back, acoustic thing but I really think it will happen,” Wolstenholme told MTV in an in-depth interview in the lead up to the band’s next album.

If the trio does get the chance to rock in zero gravity, chances are there won’t be a huge live crowd to enjoy a weightless mosh pit. But it could make for an interesting live TV broadcast!

Via: MTV UK
Image: Muse.mu

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